Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: December 26, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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M'KINLEY AND REED.. .. with have;Spain.allowed He.America would! have to go been to war impeached HATCHET STORY WAS NEW '- s'RD EAST COXST OP PLO ID1 .

.- by and war declared is RiRADUE REGAINED." "
t congress Bavarian Peasant Insulted When
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i:ro. <' ; ''. ..' .' i 1nr'splte of him. From an intellectual] :-- Compared With, Washington. .; *
e : 3 Ain Estimate- and Comparison i Standpoint Reed would have been I A dealer- in pigs in Weiden" Bavaria, ,. % A

right. But there is a force in this was testifying, according to a special V
t \ 4y,. : world stronger than brains. There is a cable dispatch from Munch. to 'tljeNew .

1 I'r destinyjof nations-as'well as men and York World, In court to the hon

q when we would put our own little wills 'defendant
esty of his son, who was the
\,i. ; "TOWS OF .WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE. in Us,way something outside ourselves in the suit, and swore he never I LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28,1902.

.. --call 'It destiny or Vac tendency or told a lie. .
God-intervenes and brushes the chessmen ". SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-lEAD I UP.
,i Editor of the Emporla (Kan.) Gazette "He reminds me the Judge remarked
iJ aside and plays its own game. "of George Washington." I' .
Tells of the That Ex- I
Rivalry II. 1DN0&1'11l
Human wisdom Is so limited; brains The witness detecting something No. 39 N. 35 N.. 71 ." 32Dailya 1 V&l
? fated Between- the# Two. Statesmenand count for so little; the thing whic! ironical as he thought, in the judge'- D&11 VallI Daily Daily ''ix.Su

1 What Would Hare Happened sppms :wrong often brings great event tone flared up and said he knew nothing --

t'x\ ;, It Reed Bad Been Elected Presl- right planning and and look- and his ........ S 03 p 1015 ? L.................Jac>. ................ 'f 00 p : 0 a ........
; scheming of
.. George Washington ........
........ 1CB\ p 1023& Lr.,8onth! JaokIODTUle..Ly 03 p it a
{! .. A i dent Instead of McKinley. ing ahead avail nothing. Only whenwe lawyer demanded that the judge ex ........ 615 p 11 SO a ...............St. AUf1l3tiDe............... .: $ 03 P f 40 ........
t < look back ........ e'tp 102 p 'I ...............t. Hajl ttngi ................ II 34 r 7 O6 : .......
: The death of Tom Reed closes the over things that we plain. Then the Judge told the anecdote ........ 7 Op ;111 p .. ...............East P&latk.............. 4 fl p 8 DO t ........
,\ chapter would have done and see bow foolishare which! the peasants of Weiden ........ 't 33 p 12 III p ................... Neoga..... ............ a. 111" 617 a ........
\1 of one of the strangest: rival desires the of ........ 't 43 p 1 C6 p ? ................. Bttnnells ................ It tel p I 01 a........
ries that ever occurred In American our -even wisest heard for the first time. ........ 763p 111p II .................. DUlnt........ ......... 961p btla ........
\ them in the light of the days ths.t ........ a 13 pIt' P ..................OrIIUnd.............. ... 313 P b JJ a ... ...
politics-the rivalry between .McKinleyand' ........ 830 p 112 p II ..................D&Jton.................... 31S p r.21 a ...... ..
r "" \ come-wtyen we see what calamity Coughs Coldand Constipation. ........ 839 p 2 C1 P .1 ................PortOr.nge............. .. :: 3 os p 612 a .
f Reed, says William Allen White would have followed our prayer's fulfillment Few people lealize whtn taking cough b00a 903p 223p ............... ew 'rna............... 747p 4tba !J"
: ,1 in thc" Emporla (Kan.) paz tte.- The faith in the 6 28.. ... .. S (6 P ..................O&kBll1... .............. 12& p ........ 106 'If
!It. we gain a moving medicines other than Foley s Honey and 60080 ........ 321 p .................Tlt.18vllle........ ......... 1 30 p
: tt contest was not bitter-it, rarely came spirit outside ourselves that "doeth all Tar, that they contain opiates which S....... ......... 3 i3 p II ................... COC(1 ............... .... co tip..1. ......\t
"I are ................. 4 01 p .. ..... .........Rockled................ 110 'Pl....... .......
r above the surface of things-yet it things welL" IJuman wisdom counts (constipating besides being unsafe, particularly i. ................. 4 33 p ......:.......... EauGa.llie................ .. 12 47 ._.. .. ........ ,".,.'
: inevitable 'for little. Learning counts for little. \ ,for children. Foley's Honey ........ ........ t 33 p ................ }'leboul'ne! .............. ? 1232 ....... ........
; p V was an convict> and was ........ ........ 513 p It .................8ebastia.n................. 11 f3 p........ .... ...
made so by the characters of the two Xo man can tell what a day will bring and Tar contains no opiate, is Fare and ........ ........ 6 G8 p ................. St. Lucie ................. 44 1105& ....... .....
forth. Faith,is the beginning and end sure and will not Sold b ........ ..........20p .................Ft. Pierte.: ................ 1101 a....... ....... ,1
men and their propinquity in political constipate. } '........ ........ G 28 P ................"'hite City................ !O is a....... .......
life. The men were as antithetic to of all philosophy.. Wilson &-SJUM. :....... ........ 6 il p ..................Tlbballs.................. 11) IJ no ........... ...
; TheVwise men of the country if they ---- ......... ......._ e t$ p .. ....................Eden........:........... II 102i... ....... .......
I one Another as a dog and a cat. In Coal by 1'rescripUon. ........ ........ 6 03 p ...................Jen en................... 1021 a ........ ........
_ I !' no trait of their characters were they could would have Reed president ........ ........ 7 t3 II .1 ................... tuart................... 1014 a..
They feared IcKinl(>y. They Coal is so scarce at Watertown N. ........ ........ 133 p ,. ................II01Je Sl1u.'d................ 9 44 a.
f similar and each irritated the other. Y., that where there sick S....... ........ 1 '3 p ..............\Vt'etJupltE'r............... .. t Ii s ........ ........
t I McKinley was solemn, rather could not see the kind of a man needed are personsin ........ ........ 816 p .............\Vest Palm Beach............. 8 53 no ........ ........
i, pompous for the events that were coming. ReedIn the familyVthe head of the household .....:.. .........a 4t I' ..................Boyn on.-.... 823 a........ ........
t devoid of humor, given to Prince to the attending physicianfor ........ ........ 9 3S p ..............Ft. Laud"rdale .............. 7 85 a........
., I Alberts and white string ties, never revealing the White House 'would have been goes ........ ......... 021 p ................Lem.n CIty................ 6 U a ... .. ...
himself a national disaster. The destiny of certificate stating that coal is a .. .110 30"5 a ........ .......,
except to his inmates,
t millions of human creatures In the Is- necessity says the Philadelphia Press.
85 AND 78
4 canny, tactful, urbane, adroit, smooth,
lands of the sea would have been The certificate is then taken to the u
oleaginous and Heed
placid. was changed from that which looms ahead coal dealer who furnishes'a11 the coal BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.No. .
.. brusque Jolly whi' liked to
a man rer -
., of them today. But the sanity ,of the be can, if no more than a ...ackful. Is ; ,
r V veal his real self and bid shams and chose : There seemed sent. .'.1_.1 57 No. 65 N..I5SNo.. No. 47FALATKA.. No.40 No. 48 N..50 ''0. 54 IL 5A
people McKinley. .
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pretenses, a scholar who despised the Dal'l. Daily D3.UT. Daily D&1l. BRANCH. Dail D..Uy. DAHl. Daily. D&11.
to be a prescience in It. There was
j. 3 patter of politics that passes for learning -'I 3o p 8 3 p ' P so a G 46 a Lv l'alah 2\) 715 a H P 53p
in congress, a wearer of sack coats this: McKinley was the common average JUS".i .7 EO p I 6 S V,I t 8) p III C3 L:4)t a ArE. A\6\ 00 a'' 0 M a I 12 as p 505 p I 'I OS
man. lIe and his ideals and his
and clothes with lots 'of pockets in No. 671 No. .
: ONE I I No.41
them-wrinkled' clothes and a soft hat; courage which was not of the strongest .1>&111. 45\\ BAN MATEO. BRANCH' itb j Daily. Da1l1.
but which was and hu-
tactless and proud of it; not afraid of average WORD that word Is f p st Palatka......................... 6 a to P
.1 V +i: : .,. making an eQemy where it would do man: his viewpoint, his education, his! 81'--p-11110. f'ILV..E:Ban Matao' ............................1rl Ii II.. II_U p
V aspirations for America, were those rNo.. 21 o.19 No.1 No.2b
the most good bristling with retort rLltt' N
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.' I. and Invective. of the average American, and so were : 6'tnd'y. I Sund'l On11. Daly. EX.Sun Dally A.YPORT DRA.NCH. I DUr.8and'N 18 ,. J DtIy./ tpOnly.
Instinctively those, which should reflect t refers to Dr.Tutt's .
'r'f '; In congress McKinley and Reed were ) Liver Pills and E 00 p.IO 06 a S CO p 810 f. LT..JackllnvUle.. ............Ar 74& ;: 12 30 p I U P
all the people, and the people's destinywas I ca p to 13.. e 03 p 8 U a ..........80. Ja.eklonv1l1e..Ly T 8T a .;.12 H p I II p
.' ;\ members of one party and protectionists safe with him. Perhaps in Reed's MEANS HEALTH. 243p! 1045a 637 p 914a ............Pahlo Ik: >at'h. ........... T Oa U 60 a 113p
in theory but there stopped the Are ? 2:z i5 p 10 W a. 6 U P 919 a" ...........Atlantlo Beach.......... TOO.. 1148 a 'U P
: ' parallel Reed became floor leader II life which wofild have been embittered Troubled you constipated with Indigestion? a00 p 1103 a 1 CO p 93a Ar........... ... M"y ort ..............LT e 46.. 31U& $0 pNI.
and ''afterward save for his buoyant philosophy Sick headache? II No. 12 No. I- ..
; speaker the house.
?V V .pt Daly DAily DUy
} he saw these things and recognizedthat Virtigo? Ez.8ANF013D RANCH. ', Ez Ea OBANGEJ CITY BRANC 1
McKinley was defeated for speaker of k
he was born out of time. Certainly Sun. Sun. Sun. Stn
I; V the Blouse and went' Into committee Insomnia? I Gig .......... ........... .
he had in him the making of a 1151' 13 13 1'ILv. .......New Smyrna.........Arl' 40p
i: work. "Reed rose to hisglory. The INY of these symptoms and many other t 18& Lv............ ............. l Olp I' 21 .......... Helelt..Ly 33p
qualities which McKinley would have great man. But his day was not come. ndicate inaction of the LIVER -a.. i 83a _Lv.............Oste-'n............Lv _.151a 4 33 Lv.........Oralle CIty.. .......L1'I' 1i J
: God rest his soul till its appointedtime 8 bi tIo LT..Ente"Prj.8..........LT 1180 a I"t 45 p Ar.Orange City June'...... 6 = p
k i = put into the sp kershjp would i have You NeedTake oana Ar. ...........Sanford............Lv 11 00.

made him a failure.. Reed was the man These Time Tables Show the! times at which trains may be upecto arrive and depart
r : needed,' and his work 'there hast Report from the Reform School from the s-venal. et8.tlonlbut their arrival or departure at the times stated is not gcuranteed,
nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any cor iequemca. arising tt/r>
changed the current of in Amer. troia.. *
i i usage J. G. Gluck, Superintendent, Prunty utt's i
lean .
congress as greatly jis an amendment toftn, \\ Va., writes: "After trying all 81 FOR INFORMATION RELATIVE TO SAILING DATES OF P. & 0. STEAMSPIP COM-
to the
l i S. constitution. McKinley other hnedecided
advertisedcough medicines .
a we : .. PANY, APPLY.TO ANY AGENT.For .
.afterward to his and
rose glory forced
to use Foley's Honey and) Tar No
; TI 'V e Reed out of political life.. McKinley's s in the West' Virginia Reform txflnsively Substitute.. .., copy of local time card apply to any agent.J. .

j tactics there were distinctly his own. School.: I find it the most effective and D. RAHNBR, Asst. Gen. Pa 8. Agt ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
I it He used no outward show of force. absolutely hari.I less." Sold by Wilson &
He did not appear to be moving at alL Son -tciatImedicin

Yet h g ground ReeS as with a glacier '
V4 There is no doubt that If Reed had FA KidneCifTH IN TIBET

4 j been president he would have forced A 8BA13ARDAIR
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i I' them 'but Reed Tra'el1n Kiiormonn Height.

3 f 't 5uld have done it before all the people STen Hedin, the explorer who recently ,

and perhaps would have disruptedthe attemptf to reach LluVssa, the capi; i m LINE] RA.ILAVA.Y.

party. He would have gloried io tal of Tibe if jives in an interview with ?) m

It. Heed disliked McKinley and was the LondonWorrespondent of the Philadelphia

t frank to his acquaintances in disc ass- I. Times\\ vivid narration of his -FOR- .

a ing it In 1897 McKinley shut the door sufferings on the journey from Charkik

, ?f'' ') of patronage on Reed, except in his to Ladakh. which occupied eight Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines
; !T" t, congressi&ial district. Reed was as .months. ,

#' \ ', mad as a bull and bellowed out a good lIe lost nearly the whole of his caravan Richmond, Washington Baltimore;

vi i it many kinds of damns about McKinleyto owing to traveling at enormous al ,

his friends. titudes. Even the valleys were higher Philadelphia New York .
The day McKinley died Reed and a than the summit of Mont Blanc. The Miss Ida M. Snyder ,

31 'mutual friend and I happened to meet: mere act of breathing was most difficult Trtw n r.r of the
BrooM)II fast: Indrt flab.
at luncheon in the Central club in New Four members of the expeditiondied .
York city. Reed simply because they could not "If women would pay more attention to .
was big with the their health would w
we have
,, philosophy of the hour. His rival was breathe. Two died gradually from their wives, mothers and daughters more and if happy they Two Elegant Trains Daily :

dead; the race bad been run. Reed feet upward the brain being the last would observe results they would find

F VV was out of it; the book was closed on attacked. that the doctors' prescriptions do not

V ,1 his ambition. He knew it. After a Svcn Hediu was less affected than perform the many cures they are given SEABOARD EXPRESS. SEABOARD MAIL.

, n simple meal had been put away Ree the others, but was quite unable to credit for.

pushed back his; chair and began to walk ant: ; ) ily saved himself by keeping "In consulting with my druggist he ad.

talk. For three long hours he discoursed lion'e' in the saddle from ford's vised McEIree's Black Wine of Cardui and Thed. Modern Pullman Equipment.
-Draught, and so I took it and
most beautifully upon life its morn camp was pitched in the have every reason to thank him for a new

uncertainty its real rewards and its eve -i unbuttoning his coat invot life opened up to me with restored health,

checks and balances upon fame am .,'ain and tension to an, and it only took three months to cure me." ONLY LINE

i its accidents and its emptiness, upon ov cart which was literallyat Wine of Cardui is
: a regulator the
l deatbVnd immortality and God and a' breaking, menstrual functions and<< is a most: as Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.agen a
all his-ways and works. It was a kindIt T -IT in describing the awful tonisliing tonic for women. It cures

funeral oration the like of which dos< round Lobnor, which is adrh scanty" ,suppressed, too frequent, irregular -
1 ; :ew men are privileged to hear. At .e, said there was no dgn I, and painful menstruation, falling

the end of" It all the big man threw of my kind. It was a land ot of the womb whites and flooding. It

t k his head and looked up at the dea a found ruined temples and is 1Illlful.when approaching wOlnanhoJ For information. and sleeper reservations call
during on
in four villages pregnancy after child or wfite to any Seaboard
oflk rafters of the room for ale houdfe ith high towers birth and in change of life. It fre-

and then let his hands fall a few miles apart. The streets quently brings :a dear 1 baby to homes

i a the short arms of the chair wr wide. He found among the ruins: that have been barren for years. All

bed: "Hi, ho! What dqes iI i t ci "-vis, iron nxh-s, clay! jars 1 druggists have $1 "tiles] Of Wine '\Donell, Asst. Gen. Pass.

Where is It going?* .Wh Cl) uiuFcriptH' which it a of Cardui. AgentJACKSONVILLE ,
What is this unfa ate 1 '\I") ears old.

,' call life? God kr.s road yea t Witt. _
J'P, ..Mashobalily. a _

+ McKinley's iutellc '&Wec
r 1 he couldn't hell ,% -iFAC

was a scholar of Fole- -

I eading.hd understood lIe kne tt}.,ti" 0F d ;" ..ii GOrrs' :;

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them.' '
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et When let
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Z l } \.11 \\1 \\e\t toC! ) the e.r NOVELg are Iookin ,
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1', Of\!' so 1190's d. In vEo e\1!geo L' ON TIM SLY ?, the kI shotgun am '
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Banh or musician e .N- 8yi PTtetesOood- Use ; font moa rs
... 1T I'enoii ctitt} te a 1>. '! Best Cough .
to shout. but for rest uiderbtlt D. Willis James, In time. Epld by druggists.o ne Q $s, a. w
Calillllntbnot '
wag Cornelius \ -
the K'nned.
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and study. 1t sunset one el Loeb.C Co.. John
usfdan egan to practice on a violin' ,.Kuhn. Dodge, S. p, BabCOCk

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Intention to Apply for Letters Patent. .. .. . ,
all the trouble, Uaoughf'ma'said -
,i "What .
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Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Vc..eaaelaa'Pl'e.ldent, Always CloseT to pa again -

will ,apply to the Hon. W. $ Jennings, go?, .,\ GaardedCarries, a BevolVe. "And why should Christians want to go
with Christian,men?
f roor of the state of and -fight L1xRwMtMxst+nuRtmamsin wilMinitrM.RwMI.I1.
LIce Florida at the executive Comparatlyely littlels; known In the And "why should we be mixin' In some-
Tallahassee the capital of said state United States of the personality of body else's war? cksioFor
the 19th day of January, A. D. 1903. fore1' President It seems to me there's nothln left that's
Castro of Venezuela
now a
) patent upon the proposed charter pub half worth figbtln' for.
thed below. prominent figure In International ques la Venezuela part of us? What does It

W. H. HARRIS tions. In fact be was hardly knownat own that tbey-
The Germans and the Englishmenwouldlike Infants and Children.
Caracas when he became ,
GEORGE E. COON. president to take away?" I { II' II II'I tllll 'liiIllll IUIII.II Vial! Ill "'I. fli IIIII

HARRY JENNINGS. of Venezuela three years ago, says the "You wouldn't understand," pa said. "No .

G.'S. TUCKEB. New York Tribune At that time he woman ever could
The Kind You Have
A. C. DrrM4R. was a popular hero because of the And what's the good understood explalnln' things
that can't be
CHARTER OF TilE INDIAN. RIVER TELE1'IIONE fight he made for the presidency I only wish that I was there and runnln'things

against General Ignaclo Andrade. Since today;
Always Bought
then he.iias displayed ability and courage i wouldn't wait, like Teddy does without I Illi ,111.0,11'1 IIIItI I. /1 II' II 1 II' III I Ill I.'I
a word to say. A7egefablePreparationfor
In battles with the revolutionists. the to Dewey and I'd send
I'd give ships .
fie ri-tr.e he
corporation is the Indian
President Castro not similating theToodandReguIa-
Physically, J him out to sea.
biter. Telepba company, with the principal so big a man as reports ands pictures And pretty soon, you bet the world would ting theStamadis andBo\veis ofPromotes Bears theSigTIature
r s *t Fort fierce Brevard county, FloridaRTll'LE hear from George and me!"
would make him appear. lIe Is 5 feet
.\ We talked a whole lot more about the
II. 2 Inches tall, bat well built Ills shoulders trouble; but somehow

'""1t t-e and general nature of the bus- are deep anc1lroBd. and he walks i The only thing I know Is that they're .

J" xmductHl by the corporation is: with: a long military stride. He baa stlrrln' up a row.
errutnessandReslContains -
I build, Pa said it was a principal, but didn't tell Digestio
entt maintain -
operate esi -
been the practically absolute dictator
whereIt '
i and own a telephone line us neither '
or lines sys- of his country, self willed cruel to an come from at th! start or how It hap ,. of
lyttf nw and all things lawful umMorphine
aptr extent and not te be swerved from a pens to be theft; ,
J to same, to run from Miami. I taletocnty I givsa they'd te excitin' times for all the 1 oTNARCO nOffir.ztal'I'
decision. President Castro has only
Florida.toTitustillelrevardcounty, hewmun .
race _........_ .
Florida and such In his cabinet he ...' ,
territory adjacent thereto, a distant men as can control Before tomorrow night If pa was fillin I II

of Wit 210 miles or over. In every matter of state. Teddy's place. .
l Ib) To acquire and purchase gtwds wares, liluntiu-Ks Is one of the characteristics -Chicago Record-Herald.__ 9 I J t'i-'u.fOlJ1lrS/NUELI'. I
f r ",,(ui Seti"sliutc
tnerthiodiv and *
f1. personal prnl.ertyof everyL of President Castro. lie Is shrewd //X.l1iIilZ #
A Topic.
das mud drrtrii-tion, and to hold and own, TimIy I P.Jclk' Jolls
and cunning. but he is not diplomatic. -
mortgage, cell I otherwise At this of coughs and colds it is I In.
or dispose of. trade, season Sad .
Au Incident occurred in General Castro' L'

deal in and deal with the same. v ell to know that Foley's (Money and Tar ,I.j f\ftmaat ,
&* private railroad ear which Illustrates t Jhfur.WMtJodd .
(Ic: To acquire and undertake good will, the greatest throat and lung remedy. Iii I (gem Seed- It,
property rights and franchises of any person, Just how far he trusts even his It cures quickly and prevents serious results i I Clwifiui Suqar ,

L firm or corporation! to acquire, ow n, bell or cabinet and friends. The trip was from cold. Sold hv Wilson &lvnl. t\\\\I krtryiwr avatar '. Use

mortgage real t tate and to erect buildings on from Macuto, a seaside resort close to

Mae and to exercise all the inherent powers La Guayra, through the l latter city and One of :Join Heed's Joke Ul| A prrfcct Remedy for Conslipaliou : I

generally al'l| *rtaiiiing to such corporationand up the mountains to Caracas. Only On a homeward bound trip from Lon ( Sour :: ,

allow cd l'y the statutes of the state. one person was in the official car besides don the late Tom Reed was with a party II" .Convulsions( .Feverish- FarOver

ARTICLE III. the official family of the presi- of Americans in the Euston expressfor I ness and LOSS... OP SLEEP. ,

The corporation will be authorized to issue dent. President Castro entered first Liverpool. &mething went wrong facsimile Signature of

capita stack to the extent of five thousand and took *the last seat In the car, with the brakes! ; and.the train nulledup ,

((3,000 00)) dollars, divided into two hundred against the door.', From. his! seat he with a ..ya'st amount of jerking and I Glc Thirty Years

(::00) shares of the df n tuiiuatiou and par could see before him all those in the screeching at a little town called lIellsL I NE'V YORK.

value of twenty-fiie ($;3.r0)) dollars each. party, whose backs were towafd him. ', between Chester: and Liverpool Mr .

+ The capita) fetock, or such part thereof as may Those who have knowledge of the sudden Hell poked his head out of the window I

1* decided upon by the directors, may be hold end that has befallen many Latin- and read the sign on the station plat- It
for property, labor or tervkes at a just valuation -
American presidents Mil recognize the form."lIell's. AST1kTHE
of such property, labor or services, to be .. .. C
' fixul by the directors of the company at a reason for this action. At the hotel In by! he exclaimed. "Oood

meeting culled for'that puri>ose. All sharesof Macuto, too, he was constantly guarded gracious, I hope not."-New York EXACT COPY CF'WRAPn.

stock shall bA fully paid up before issued. by officers of his army selected personally Times . xMayn -'.If/I.'Yo CEN-MVA COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. .

; "by him for that purpose, while .
ARTICLE IV. lfl "lH:1:: .d'j ---" ::' 1
outside, day and night, stood u company .
The term for which this corporation shall of troops. WHEN LIFE'S AT 8ME ,
exist is for ninety-nine (99) years. .
Besides being always escorted by allrgual'll _ '_ 1 __ .
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ARTICLE V. The most timid man will take any .
whether out horsebackor "
chance of T't slender rope
The business of the corporation will be conducted in a carriage President' Castro! is escape.the the
dropped down jfecipi w, slippery
by a board of directors consisting of also url1ll ll. lie carries in an outside log over the 'abyss, anything that South rn Railway;

five members. The directors will, within pocket on his left side a small. o caliber offers a chance of life, is eagerly snatched

thirty (30)) days from the. issuance of the pearl hanllled revolver. This' he at. The end the man lacks is safety.He 0 EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, 1903.SOUTHEAST. '
charter from among their number elect a
covers up with a handkerchief. It is cares nothingfor ,-
No. 340.30 No. 13
president, vice president, secretary and treas- R t
the to ou e. FORTlUVEtT.
means ROCf-
of the his habit to wave this handkerchief in Dailv Daily: Daily
urer corporation who will dischargethe that end. ,
duties usually appertaining to such offices. acknowledging; greetings instead of saluting I.sThere' Lv Jacksonvile, So. Pay------: 900 a .755 P 1 Lv. Jacksonville, So. Ry_ ___ 745p1045p

The offices of secretary and treasurer or removing his hat.i I Two rears are thou- ['v. Savaniian, io. Ry. _____ 115 P 112 30 a Lv. .Jc*up, So. Ry_ ___ ;
Vrcs- sands of men and Lv. ('ha! otte, Sea Ry_----_ 950 I' ,,10 05; a Ar. M be combined in crank the life of
The board
a attempted
may one person. ago women whose Ar.1)anville, So. Ry__ ____,,1257 a 1.40 p Ar. Flovilh So. Ry._' 35Sa
.- of directors for the first year will consist of ident Castro. It has boon said that '
i lives are at stake, % \-I.. i.huIHUd, So.: : 700I 5.JI: Ar. Atlauta, So.Ry_! 520 a
Rv--- ; JI
W. II. Harris, Geo. E. Coon, Harry Jennings, since then he always! hides his pistol in I who are hindered c --- ___: Ar. hm'kUlart,0.. Iy----_. 6.H.
t { (I. S. Tucker and A. C. Dittmar, who will the handkerchief when he takes'it out. from accepting Ar. Lynchburg 1 So Ry -- ; 240_ a 40._ l' Ar R"!n<', So.tly_____..i 733aSo.Ry
r. Charlottev'l. So. } 4.)0) a a mil o '
hold their iflices until those elected at the Y------I p Ar. Dalton, : .i..! 836a
f t,. But if he does he does it remarkably! the one means of Ar Washington So R'------ I I !.1 1311 p Ar,
first election shall lie iju.ilititd.Stockholders' . .E ll t'hattamagao.. Ky_ 945aQuctn
foolish R.'ll
s well.GRANT'S. safety by Vr. P. ) p
- : ltaltiinore u-- Lv. ( hattanouga, & Crescent 10 00 a
meetings for the purpose of prejudice. 9I t \ .- hilad'lhia, R. U t
1. --- Ar. <)ak laic, (iueen & Crescent '12 05 n
electing officers and transacting such other Doctor Pierce's \r.LX ':_York-_ .. _._R. R.. I Ar Somerset, iiin & ('reseent'I'1300 p
business of the corporationhich may proj SISTER'S DREAM.Says Golden MedicalDiscovery Ar, uttin, Flu en & Crescent: I iSOpit
erly come before stockholders' meetings, will has r 31. \ w \'ork'uid Floi1Paily. ",, Ar. Lexington, .. (lUCl'll Crescent j 5,15p

, be held upon the first Monday iu February. 4t IVretoId to Her Dfath of been the means of Pullman steeping cars, nTTTfl'ampa: Ar_ Cincinnati, 11l'n&'Jl'S'ent.lJ30p I IA

+ .. 1004, and upon the same day in each siicmd- General's AYidow. restoring health md Jacksonville to Xew York. Dining cars Lv. (iucinnati, Hig Four Route-- t330p 'II

lug year. Mrs. Grant Cramer sister of to and / Ar ChicagobigFour Route \ 710a
Mary a many men f _
( 30Yashiii < Richmond
() nn, an. \ a -- -- ;-- -
ARTICLE Vj. General U. S. Grant, who lives with women whose hole I / / Limited, via Richmond. Daily. 11' Cincinnati; Penn. Linesbeeping ______ 83apcars
low bleed- Ar, Chicago, Penn. Lm'su30a
The highest amount of indebtedness or liality her sister Mrs. Virginia Grawt Corbin, cough Jacksonville to \ \ 'k. I' --- -- --_ ---
in East Orange, N. J., the death of ing lungs, ema- I Uuiitr'rus' i Lv. ('tneinnati,12. II. & D.-Monon._ S45p
which the says
to corporation can at
any ciation and week / A r. Chicago. C. II. & 1).-Monon' -- 7 23 a.
e subject itself is not to exceed the total Mrs. Grant was foretold to her In a '
( Ilf'ff I
ness seemed to LvT Can iunati, C. H. \: I-Mich. ('..n 915pTo
nount of the capital stock then issued.n dream on Dec. G. warrant the state- CINCINNATI TIIROfOH THE LAND OF THE Ar. Toledo! C.; II. & D.-Mich.! I'en: 5.1sta.

witness whereof the undersigned havened I. "The dream was exceedingly vivid," I ment of local physicians .- \ I' : Ar. Detroit C. II. & IT-Mich. (Vn, aNORTIIROUBU.

as subscribing incorporators of the Indian said Mrs. Cramer to a New York Tribune -:. -"Th re is I I Iwll+I!! -:-:- cit'X; Lv. Lexington, So. Ry______uu_____ 53op
River Telephone each of tht 01 f R) I I 30 __ ______
company reporter. "I thought Mrs. Grant no cure possible. I Ar. Louisville, So Hy.-___u 815p
subscribing for the following number oft Why should prejudice against a put-up Lv. Jacksonville, So. Ry--___--_____. ( 755p; Iji'iiisville, So. }:y.__1____________ s>lip
,, shares of the stuck of the corporation-which came to my bedside and, placing herhand medicine hinder you from trying what Lv. Savannah, So. Ry -----------';12 30 a Ar. St._Louist! So. Bv----_ ________---_ 732a
shoulder said" -
on my impressively Lv. Columbia, So.p-------------] rll0a
are to be for in law ful money of theUnited has cured thousands of men '
suffering No. 13 "The Florida Limited.. Blidy.r. .
Ar. Aslieville. So. Pv.---, 1 ;50p
I have to talk with
'Mary, come
States of Ann'rica.W. you and women? Hot Springs "0. Ry_______u_ ,__' 2 37 p lliIJ.train vestibule(, coaches and Pullmanslcrpng
11. If AKUI.H, seven ((7)) shares, and say good by because I am not goIng "Only for Dr. Pierce's Gclden Medical Dix .\r. Cincinnati. Oiuen &Crcscnt. .: s 15 a I cars Jacksonville to Cincinnati.

of Tibbals. Florida. to be with you much longer.' eovery I thinV I would be in mv grave t -dav.". I H. ('. II eXT. City Passenserand! Ticket Agt,
writes Mr. Moses Miles, of Hilltard, Viuta Co.
n F.IIRhE E. I't'oN, Ihiee ((3)) shares, Mrs. Cramer told her dream at the yoming. "1 had asthma so bad I could not No. 30. Pullman drawing-room sleeping I City Ticket Ollice! 10SV.. flay St.

ht'Jensen Florida.: breakfast table the next morning, and sleep at night and was compelled to gin up cars Jacksonville to Cincinnati. II. F. CARV, District Passenger Agent,

Il.k1tJ.XXl Gs. seven (7) shares, to her surprise a friend of the family, all work.the time It affected both day my lungs and that My I coughed friendsall ----_ -- _. --- -..___. __ J _ __ -___Jacksonville, Fla. ,

e \', S. J'rcK.hl'l'tJ of Tibhals((7)) shares, Florida., Mrs. Katherine Lawrence, who was taken thought Dr. Pierce's 1 had consumption.Favorite Prescription My wife and had it C. Il. ACKKKT, ,=Manager, S. 1[. IIAKUWICK G. l'..\.,

of Fort 1'ieice FloridaA. visiting at the time, said that she, too. had helped her so much she insisted on my trying Washington, I). C. .
had had dream. Lawrence his'Golden Medical Discovery'which I .
I" DITTMAR. two ((2)) shares, a singular did. I have taken four bottles and am now a W. II. TAIL(1. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.

of Fort Tierce, Florid said that she dreamed that she, well man weighing 185 pounds, thanks to Dr. --
---- - - ----
ST'TE OF FLOKIUA-Uievard ('ounty.On Mrs Cramer and Mrs. Corbin stood in Piefce's Golden Medical Discovery."

this 15th day ..December, A. D. 1902: the portal I of Grant's tomb on River The sole motive for substitution is to .

ersoiuliy tame before me \V. if. 1 Ian is, side drive New York and that there permit the dealer to make the little more RAMBL BICYCLES

Harry Jennings, (u-o. .:. Coon, G. S. Tucker appeared to be a large crowd of per- profit paid by the sale of less meritorious

and A. C, Dittmar, each t,) me personally well: sons outside drawn up in two lines, medicines. He gains; you lose.

known, and each of them acknowledged toe -- THERE A E GETTER..I '
awaiting the arrival of a cavalcade of .
that he signed the foregoing charter for

he uses and purposes therein expressed. some kind. KIDNEY DISEASES . ............ .... ....., ....:.,."'..,... .'..'. /
.. In witness hereof I have hereunto set ''." ,- .- .. : ... ..... .... .;: :
my : . .
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hand and official seal at Fort Pierce, Florida VENEZUELA'S DEBT. ; .. .*. ... ;. .. .. :. ." :" .' .. c.'...'
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W- the. date above v\ritten.L. .;. .. ..

-- ( S.] JAMLS E. AXORKWS, Francis n. Loomis Tells a Story are the most fatal of all dis- ::-. Exo ..., .,1 ''-::'.:"'., :' ',.

Notary Public. About Its Abllit) to Pay It., ces.: -} 1- \. :i. -

STATE OF FLOKIDI Brevard County. r .. :. a
"Venezuela ought to I lj

Personally appeared before me this 15th money to settle this dd, KI URE IS sedr J heel men fcs

- dy of December, A. I). 190( :}, W. II. Harris cis B. Loomis mini' \:
Geo. E. Coon (5. S. Tucker \ tOne
'11Harrr Jennings, ,
the other day to tlaid's . _::
and A. C? Dittmar, each to me personally weLl asonana : 'rte v highest:Iuch. ,. .:: Ii'

known, who each first being duly sworn de- WashingtonLoomis
' poses and says,that they jointly constitute a who was tll' Brad '

majority of subscripts to the foregoing Venezuela, bad ruati rp CE 5O a opt. <. .,' MRa -:
proposed charter of the Indian River Telephone : White House to wI _
company, and that it is intended in j President nOl t least p..-5lwuwwith -

good faith to construct, maintain and operatethe "Yes. he cixnz! ago 1 met Castro'Sin. 50EXpE t: spa \ rt

telephone line mentioned therein.In fact t--London, wearing aery

witness whereof each with his ownhand I' ...,airy ill '

suhbc B Jlis name hereto. .._ hDPort\1 ai is in' jga
paid 'wbat ra
. ...t W. II. HABCooS. I ,_ 'lndeetl," 1, a loaD of $2:>,000,7OOQ. Le \ ; f 1nilt eSI ':' '
ctained'r -
,GEa"s ;
heuhtJ GS. 'p Have C ;

i- G S.TucKtR. fOu.: tll( fin Ing ) 'k
C. rMAB.d \ ,. 'GOo-I on..ry3tuhte would yoU lain tohacks. TRADE (ViARK5 t aU d well dale ,.1, b. rp r'ekanli,;.:;r t yeq ..ys ._
me the day lull _DCsGnsCorfRIGHTS p h
subset1 be'before t ." '," I Cau buy 11 tick t borne &ms1a ... ; Ei burrrh rhh A0 1Ce ,. ,}

wrltte $lW, 60 sketch and des Peltoher wA
J.UIES E public."FOB For Warmth.linraed yoae k n our oprnion tree PRICt .
I.S 1 SotatY cues $40.i
BuUard with which gn1ca11probably DaliandbookoaeatentaY
--- to get wood ee n gene1g JYu fle" .
unable of Esse' Turing receive 6ookke.
--=::; B.eing quarters Cldp'1
I the lathe
..... to start a fire ladder coma,an yfield. in Bloom me": ,p_ Irithont ,iJ_ ).E. B. :;; :i
hook other eyenllllt..tbe ifl1t1Cdse1111 I .. ... ,..
Bait Cat 1J.. the which were ie'
rice a in san
1 shays raided a tack and tltt Terms.
bet brOke them 1 t tree J

....GO 1'<'.... eral billiard cues stoves IBis the NeW-, yore n rite W Y

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1. L 'B N J.t.LlPP-Practical Shoemaker,,:'Forty Ml Stuffed Up There will be a masquerade ball in the THE OLD RELIABLE is

. r. yean experience; tall kind of repairing new hall on the'night of December 31st. J -
__ done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's That's the condition of many sufferers
Prof. Goodwin's minstrel .
shoes made to order_ from catarrh, especially in the morning. troupe repeated ;
their entertainment in Jensen Tuesday
t\i i :LL... GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Great difficulty is experienced clear- night. .

r Store, for: good,' fresh and,reliable goods leg the head and throat. .
. such ,as Dry Goods, Saddlery, ,Crockery, Rev. Mr. Sturges preached very interesting
-t Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Groceries. No wonder catarrh causes headache, sermons both morning and eveninglast
a \ impairS the taste, smell and. hearing, pI"
c K X JABVI3,HOUSE-Open all the year round Sunday.
I .. ,Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront pollutes the breath, deranges the stom '
s There will be Christmas service in St.
Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by ach and affects the appetite.To .
s' the week or month.Paragraphs . cure catarrh, treatment must be Andrew's church ojj Sunday, Dec. 28th, i -
constitutional-alterative and tonic. at 7:30 p. m. '
T t I It was afflicted with -catarrh. I took
J. I t F ''Nm N RWfR__ _Rl(8.\___( medicines 4I of different .kinds-; giving eacha Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lowery are rejoicing NGPF 1 1 -s _
.. fair trial; but gradually grew worse until .i over the arrival of a little daughter b
: I could hardly bear, taste or smelL I then I born last Saturday. / n b
> Personal and Newsy Briefs coi-tluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, and
after taking five bottles I was cared and Ruth Chapter No. 12, order of the Eastern k4KI
r :%- : ; at Towns Along the Coast. i have not had any return .of the disease Star hold their regular meeting the N.PQWER Wrecked !
i since." ECOESE FOEBES, Lebanon, Kan.Hood's .
., 'r second Thursday in January at 7:30 p. 'me Your home and property :
COCOA. SarsaparillaCures Mr. of should be protected by.,. '(,
off E. B. Wager, editor TilE FLORIDA
+ The yacht Seminole is anchored
t ,. Cocoa once more. catarrh-it soothes and strengthens STAR, of Titusville, was the guest of Insuranptr; )
i' ; j the mucous membrane and buildsup Mr. F. M. Tyler last Friday and Satur ,.... t
.,. I.. : a Misses Ella and Pelen Singleton are at the whole system. Absolutely Pure from FIRE. LIGHTNING,... ,;
day.Mrs. I and CYCLONES. The ex ......
home for the
holidays. A. M.Sample's sister, !Miss Moore, THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE pense id swan compared t&-.......
Mr, Frank Hamilton moved into thecoquina Saturday and Sunday.Rev. arrived from Charlotte, N. C., a few days the risk of a catastropby.."...
1 'f' -' building this week.J. like this. Write to or ask ...... .
Dr. DuBose, of Sewanee, Tenn., ag9. She expects to spend the winter --
'Frank has arrived at Dix. here. Schuyler & Branning Titnsf )Je
Gouedy arrived Saturday and was the guest of 'Senator" was not used to cigar smoke. / \
: on's after summering to the south of us. Hotel Beltefue for few here received .y
a days. Many have invitations to The Serpentine Dance, by Mrs. Backus, for reliable information, .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hooks and family The Rhodes family band furnished a masquerade ball at Sebastian on the was a revelation to the audience, as it was rates, etc., etc. . _.

'_ # will move to Mr. 0. K. Wood's place 011 music last week at the M. E. social bazaar 31st of December. Music by Prof. Koer- not expected a feature of this kind could :,,; :..

ii' the St. Lucie! river. ; also at Well's hall last Saturdayevening. ger. he given here by local talent; she having

I .1 4 .,. Little' Robert Stephens ran a fish hook / THE GOODWIN )lIXSTltEI taken only two lessons in the art. She ROBBINS . .

I ,'. in one of his finders and he is having a a Melbourne has had several buyersin looked exceedingly beautiful dressed in -.
., a r The Goodwin minstrel entertainment cream gauze accordion pleated dancing & GRAHAM
; ; serious time with it. town the past week looking up sites ,
given in the new hall last Friday nightwas Iress. The effect of the calcium lights i-
for homes. These are the kind of visi- r
r\ There excursion to Cocoa co.
was a big the of the
; really success season. and various views, especially the national
I from City Point on Saturday. Nearly all tors Melbourne wants. The seating of the new building was emblem (when the whole audience (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $''a,000.00.) 3

S: the City Pointers took it in. Our people are all busy preparing t.> taxed to its utmost. E\'eryone and his cheered) and that of President :McKinley, lands

{ C . Mr. 0. K. Wood, Miss Addie Wood entertain friend!: and relatives during the best girl were out. The curtain rose with were well applauded} and she responded This company owns .

": ;. and Mrs. Geo. Spier have gone to the holidays. Won't turkey, plum puddingand the minstrels singing, "Old$Virginia.: to an encore. Then Prof. Wolfe in nis in the Indian River Country .'>

.,>--' : =,' Wood home on the St. Lucie. other good things suffer then? The end men "Bones," Mr. Geo. Backus, rendition of the "Tramp's Monologue," on the St. Lucie River, rat

l, ; "' ,;, Fred Fisher's launch is being put in Mr. Aldin Hadley, of Monrova, Ind., and "Tambo," Mr. Al Ford, were dressedin was exceptionally good and roundly ap- New River, and on Biscayne F

', ; .:, ; condition for the season. Capt. Chas. arrived Wednesday evening and will fetchintrnegro costumes, and their acting plauded. The final climax of the eve- Bay.
\ f .IIP Schoonmaker will be in command. spend the winter with his father in the could not be beat, while the other lIin '8 entertainment, which brought the PllfbES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send .

.'" Allen cottage on Melbourne avenue. members, Messrs. Platts, Paddison, Jus- house down, was the screaming farce entitled <
j'. Mrs. Sallie Jacobs and two sons and tice and Maxwell dressed in for land'list.OFFICES .
I' were very "A Darkey's Troubles, by Mr.
Don't attend the
forget to guild entertainment
'i.i". Miss Hittie Dann, from Chuluota, will Educational hall Thursd"y appropriate minstrel costume, with gay and :Mrs. Geo. Backus; dressed in gaudy AT . '

\ -i spend Christmas with T. J. Hodges. evening at, January ht, 1903.on Rhodes shirts and yellow sashes. Prof.. Goodwin, negro attire, introducing their musical specialties TITDSVILLE AND MIAMI.

;;'" ... Our marshal has had several cattle in family:! band will furnish music for the in full evening dress, full rufllcd shirt on guitar and banjo, and singing

!, ,, ;j::, ' ? pound this week. It was a necessity, as dance. front, was occupying that most importantpart and dancing in their usual pleasing man- EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.
) he had received BO many complaints. the interlocutor. The several local ner. Mrs. Backus was busy at the rub
Mr. Joseph Williamson of Micro
'. hits of'Bones and Tainbo," were especially board "piano" while Mr. Backus seemedto G. F. DUREN
1 Mrs. A. H. Trafford has been indis pleasant visitor in Melbourne Wednes Agent,
good, original and up-to-datP, and were have all trouble S,
manner searchingfor
:1 : !,. . posed this week. Mrs. C. W. Harrison day. His friends are always glad to see -
!I t school during herr highly applauded.Tambo" had his his stolen umbrjlla. They are artists
: : conducted the Sunday him. He brought some fine !
up spec "
*OO goo" down to perfection. The of for 'an
eyes capable holding their audience
r : absence. of his beau- I
:5 mens :! grapefruit. They were Floridaanil
songs sung by Dr. Platts, Maxwell, and the entire night. At the close they sang by ;
J Miss Julia Porcher, sister of Mr. E. P. ties, without blemish. end men were excellent, and received: the request "Mr. Johnson." Every time they

Z Porcher, died at 10 o'clock a. In. Monday The Methodist, Congregational$ and applause they deserved. Mr. Patldisson's! sang this one could hear a pin drop, then

;' at her home at Courtenay.: Interment at Episcopal churches will join in giving the recitation: embodying several excellent followed loud applause. The orchestra or f \\Yestern

; Courtenay. Sunday school children a fine Christmas local hits was well received, as also the this occasion was composed .Mrs. Good

Oranges have been moved out Ijvely for tree on Christmas eve. All are cordiallyinvited. cornet solo by Mr. Justice. Prof. Good- win, pianist; Messrs Hoofnagle and Uo- eats

the Christmas trade. One team hauling A pretty and interesting programme win's solo was fine. The second lance, violinists, and Dr. heeler Won on of allKinds.

i .,,; from Rockledge must have had thirty or will be rendered.DR. scene, an original jg.:sketch present the cornet. After the! entertainment there

more boxes on at one luad.Mrs. LEON A. PEEK,Physician and Surgeon. ing "Tramp," Prof. Wolfe, and the was AH enjoyable dance with music rendeieu !l

f Canada have Residence, Melbourne. At Eau Gallie on "soubrette," Mrs. Backus, was one of the by :Mrs. Good win on piano and Mr. .
and Miss Steele of ,
rented the Stiling house for the winter. Tuesday and Friday afternoons. best features of the evening and was Backus on banjo. The receipts were .,!
roundly encored. Thejcostume) of Prof. about dollars. I
+ B The house was built by Edward Stiling i MALABAR. sixty Titusville, Florida.
wouldLmake a genuine tramp en-
I ; is model of convenience and is delightfully '"
) a TheA t Vjg club will meet at the homet' vious. Mrs. Backus looked very hand z "
1 located the river bank. GEOKGIANA.
f' on .51 on Dec. 26th. some in a charming costume of pink lawn. S. W. MOODY
I \ Mre. Jos. Smith and :Mesdames hover ii hen iriVt i 11Ie of Malabar are very busy Next on the programme was the most Mrs. Ida Page Nelson is expected here ,

and Snider were calling in, the Dixon set.'LS ftfhk Trav r a Chrismas tree on the 24th. laughable sketch, "the Senator," Prof. from Miami to spend the holidays with Electrician Gas Engine Expert

; P ,1tlement on Saturday. Mesdames SniderWand Dke Goodwin; and: "Congressman," Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Page. ,
Mr of this has been
.Hover awaiting their husbands, place, very AI Ford. It evident that the
a- r are was :"ery Miss Mapes and :Miss Hainlin, from TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. _
busy tuning pianos in Melbourne the
who are bringing a launch down from V
l Minnesota, reached here the 21st inst. J!
Jacksonville. They have engaged one of past. ek. Thoroughly nn 'rsta11'is all mechanical
I These ladies were here a few
the Scofield for winter. Il:! Willette Forest made a trip to PROFIT years ago, 1 York; in these lines. Storage Batteries, Dyn-
cottages the
making their home with Mrs. Hainlin's '
=imos, Magnetos overhauled and repaired.
Fort Pierce to have dental work
I brothers, P. C. and P. W. Hainlin, now Correspondence Solicited. J,
done this week.
,, Grimes.J arvis. : of Miami. They are visiting with :Mrs. --.

Mr. Daniel S. DeVinne, of New York, Brady Bower.A .
the "d day of* December, 1902, atCocoa
si? "
come down to Bayview look after the "
Fla. Mr. Edgar Eugene Grimes, society called the Epworth Leaguewas
interest of his large pineapple field. The matter of feed is of 1847r.
5'S of Daytona, and Mrs Annie Harrison organized at the church, with a large .

". Jarvis were quietly married at the resi, Miss Helene Singleton closed school on tremendous importance to the number of members, who will have their

t,:' dence of the bride, and proceeded the the 19th for the holidays and went hometo : regular meetings at the churchweekly: or RogersBros.

same day to Winston, N. C., where they spend Christmas. farmer.V rong feeding is semi-weekly, as shall best: suit the work I'

I go to visit the mother of the groom. Mr. Hardest), who has been building i they have to do. Such a society in its YAQ

The wedding was a very quiet one, Dr. Ham's house, went to his home at loss. Right feeding is profit. operations harmonizes with the spirit of Sun 011
i I only a few relatives and two select friends Sebastian to spend Christmas.Mrs. the Christian religion and has a wide "

of the bride and groom being present. The up-to-date farmer knows field to operate in for the improvement of Silver THE 1S4T'L
Y Charleston and little
I 'l Promptly at 11:30 a. m. the nuptial ceremonies mind and heart: as well) as to be ready for IFTHB You .

were performed, Judge A. D. Mrs.Helena Charleston's, are spending father the and winter sister. with what to feed his cows to get any good word or work along certain Plate that GENOIJT

y Penney, of Titusville, having the honorto lines. Wears." AND Olll : y
tie the Gordion knot. The bride was :Miss Lucile Drake, who has been altering the most milk, his pigs to get 15: . 4
handsomely attired and looked prettier school at Bonaventure, and Miss WHITE CITY. Roge1'S

than her friends had ever seen her, as cSlarck;: who has been attending the most por!;, his hens to The Christmas tree was the center of

she pledged her troth to the handso .i at Daytona, have come home for attraction Wednesday evening

gentleman who led her to Hymen's alt 'ni'days. get the moA c, ;: '. Science. i Most of our farmers are shipping vege Knives,

i The groom was dressed in the conv- .+ tables. Prices are low but nf.
;:weftare expecting -
t tional black and never appeared to be / SKKVSTJAN.if. But how a;!' ..u..c' children ? better returns after the holidays.Mr. Forks '

advantage than when assumed the sj t and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson left Wed- t .

emn obligations of marriage.The 'ay to' spend Christmas with his Are they kd: according to Arnold, our merchant, has been Spoons etc. -
on the sick list for the ,
\'" bride is well and favorably kno' 's mother at Oak Hill. past weekland his

\ all along the east coast and can boast' ew Year's night Messrs. Harry and science, a bone food if bonesare little child has also been quite'ill for some '.'rd

hundreds of friends, who wish her all will time.Miss <;
jg Sample give a grand
happiness this life can bring. The grOl ,de ball and supper in the hall masque-over soft and undeveloped, a Lena Orrel met* with a severe fall FOIl SALE BY -

ns' traveling salesman! for Doty, Stowe. rCapt. Hard /'s store. last week, striking her face on a step and G. L. Mandaville ,
"to., of Jacksonville, and is one of the flesh and muscle food if Vl nmg several teeth, causing her a l
I Our teacher, :Miss Ella Singleton, left ..1
jost popular young men who has < pain,
*'r her home at Cocoa to spend the holi- +-1-r; 1 JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
of 'k
isited this part country. are and a 1
ol 1 closed "
Friday the 19th
with her
friends ? We wish her a
,he rare facility of making
of six months. It Titusville v
"istmaa and a happy New Year. re- .
ier he goes, and it is th"' "St f for 'od Liver re to have an eight *
is many admirers that Corning at the home of Mrs. 01' sear -- -- '- -

make his headquarte' basso' Mr. Joseph Einijr, Sr A'l, blood ef.- L 1000 t . C C .
who have learned: 'of the ice plant at this and m uscI leaved apple growers haveVPrin oI }
.. e.
/nly for his fine s!i. o

STAR extends its ..' TO'S charm and Soda ll ke Our chi gill 'i palmetto fans or
rUE ,,:, ins bonf giYe 0 I''
COlln\' ,"\ brain ? ring. New .
: ::1 .l Year
a happy couple, ..... of Q( 'M- I .-::.:-..: ....t, It tlsthe Ole \ 1 1'1
and unbroke f ; c ' and .
abl' :v. ,..i' 1 0, ''rd & \\Sffi t h- i
g Scientific
t '11 "rob \..' ,1.. food tfi Ie dan l'e
an 4 .0 : : Ice I
"t1iS ; for
n\1a.r- p ; '
I I Mr. and Mrs. ,fir -1"pS 'J) ,;, I' fe.; f.' leI' ',.......' Slno. :.. cTludren, :ate two !rJen td'le ilege o f%; ,f>ach mem. t I
out J .
toW 3 I"WIi/'l ; one S
-' } J1'a6 JJerry or .
'd erJ
\ ...r.O\ltlll'! .' the oCCo (18 t... .tinned I Thieving is ty ;
...- /' becoming ;
W--- to aU. t p'al1trj bloe r1, &f t some., 'V mon here of 1 late b quite too
t n1aS fine Mr corn.
\' 1erry Chrd moved into hIS ne, (ro1l\ a'.f1g h Rrn fi I 'A' On In.fs Send fOf",free bUnclles of ban Poppen lost t
has : brft;"y erne in } roost or his' a as DIr TeYouCtO
A.p.ek fir III honor OrreF
\ I'. drug st ote. H. 1 ftw+ ends harm r.e sample, g rape fruit tanigernes! 1\11'8 +
at the a \ sun nkh the aur 1t', will get hurtrttaJso' sto lea Rook's 0)
Bro n wad z4ier. prise t. e him furm of a" \Picture a LO; me )

fir'Jackeonv 11,D"ills last week. Lard to welcome. Al aIling. xrap[mulsoQ:r or)"oybuq.t\'c"--;; pct on t4 the of COntiu es.... one i f tbd -

-rt "Evans, Joe was equ-- +hlieresponded 01 The Prlde open tu
lI Scott&Bown
John of surprh! flan ofHeroes. Pone -
Mr. y of .
guest.has Y eel -
Ilal -
W Biers
been and in hea a st in my bottles CSter'i -
y., sion. CH MfcC, y that for last war OLD o f -
k, h i tabr'nner VJlJti wound scralCh. wrote IPI1'E E. rand
and ; to
,the past'fee llopkil\e ep)1r. 0 corne brnig... B'9IS8 iJw1io1 i if
'F 9 p luc SOre feet ,, CUts d dnktot cgs -,
Ge0 T/ A ingl s Ar Rica stiff rt? he i'=. '
t j .t Salve thed J n beal
roads D1.ood eelinaEtr rA .. BaIDe for burns is hest in rote, and self. 'ad, o
good\: In; the Unej -
I and .
'I favors g no'f II... eruptIons and piles.l bus, uJ 1, flavor, 13igbtfor f .441 LMt ; -
M rs Only 25c, It _
t and b at aU 1 res
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